Let me tell you why children are liars and you should not believe them.
I am not hungry. 3 minutes later the plate is wiped clean of any food in there.
I am not sleepy. 3 minutes later you are struggling to free yourself from their embrace.
I am not thirsty. 30 seconds after the lights are out – Papa I am very thirsty now.
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I am tired. 30 seconds later they are bringing the house down having super fun.
I don’t eat spicy food. 3 mins later they are asking for a second serving of “Chilly Paneer”.
I don’t like <insert best friend’s name>. She only fights with me. 3 mins later – “Papa can you check with <best friend> if she can come home and play with me.
I think I will take the colouring book for the ride. 3 mins on the road – Mamma I am bored when will we reach?
*Parents please note that time duration is variable from 3 seconds to 3 hours depending on your karma.
2 thoughts on “Children are liars don’t believe them”
I believe ‘liar’ is a harsh word to describe children’s behavior. Kids change their mind often, more than adults. To me, lie is to intentionally not tell the truth! Are kids getting that smart?
Yes I think “liars” may been a harsh word. Fair point. Although I was trying to be sarcastic about it.
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